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A terminal does not only accept one-line code. It means you've executed a line of code with only one double-quote character, like this: echo "Hello. You can use the following string literal syntax: > echo $'\'single quote phrase\' " double quote phrase"' 'single quote phrase' "double quote phrase". ^C aka Ctrl + C will abort what you're doing and get you back to a normal prompt. pv - a terminal-based tool for monitoring the progress of data through a pipeline.
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